Retention Behavior of Basic Amino acids on Various Adsorbents layers in DMSO-1MHCl Mobile Phase

  • S.D. Sharma Dean of Sciences, IFTM University, Moradabad (U.P)
  • H. Sharma Associate Professor, Chitkara University, Punjab
  • S.C. Sharma Professor, Chitkara University, Punjab
Keywords: Basic amino acids, DMSO and Absorbent

Abstract

The four basic amino acids were chromatographed on various adsorbents layer and also on admixture layers. It is found that in DMSO–1MHCl mobile phases, the adsorbent titanium (iv) tungstate and its admixture with silica gel-G were found more effective than other adsorbent. However, various basics amino acids are separated on these layers. Which have some real life importance.

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How to Cite
S.D. Sharma, H. Sharma, & S.C. Sharma. (1). Retention Behavior of Basic Amino acids on Various Adsorbents layers in DMSO-1MHCl Mobile Phase. Journal of Chemistry, Environmental Sciences and Its Applications, 2(2), 174-179. https://doi.org/10.15415/jce.2016.22011
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